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Steel Window Association member launches versatile MP196 and MP920 MultiPoint handles

Steel Window Association (SWA) member, Steel Window Fittings (SWF) specialises in providing expert quality and aesthetic fittings for steel window frames. Two brand new handles have been designed to make appealing, technically clever additions to the product portfolio available from SWF.

The handles demonstrate carefully chosen features and functionality with both the MP196 and the MP920 MultiPoint options boasting Concealed MultiPoint Rail Systems. The handles offer versatility and are appropriate for a range of uses as the customer is able to choose between key-locking and non-locking varieties.

Both handles are stylish and charming choices for steel frames and are reminiscent of classical straight and arched styles; yet they come with a modern twist. These handles are unique in that they have no ‘nose’ which works to balance the mixture of classical and contemporary influences.

The MP196 and MP920 are available to order now and there is a range of several finishes on offer so that they can be seamlessly matched to door and window furniture for a complete suited finish.

Members of the Steel Window Association offer a UK wide service for the repair and replacement of existing metal windows, doors and screens. Association members also manufacture brand new fenestration which fully meets building regulations. Choosing an SWA member to manufacture and install your steel windows and doors ensures that you are receiving the highest standard of fabrication, installation and customer service.

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Steel Window Association

The Steel Window Association (SWA) represents the great majority of UK steel window manufacturers, ranging in size from the smallest of craft-based companies through to large, multi-site companies. There is not a steel window project of any description, anywhere in the UK, that one of the SWA members cannot handle.

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